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Holm oaks
Posted by: leigh (IP Logged)
Date: August 23, 2007 20:13


Hi,
I am an Arb Surveyor and have recently encountered large Holm Oaks.Most of these trees are either hollow or have large cavities as a result of old pruning wounds. These trees are in a high profile urban area with well defined targets.
Are they likely to fail, or is the inherent strength of the residual wood enough to negate any remedial action.

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|  Holm oaks leigh 23/08/2007 20:13
||  Re: Holm oaks chris 23/08/2007 20:55

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